Politics continues on Taliban in the electoral state of Uttar Pradesh. Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given a big statement on the Taliban. Along with this, he has also warned the Taliban not to look towards India. In the social representative conference, CM Yogi said that if the Taliban grows in India, then they should be ready for an airstrike.
He said, “Today the country is getting stronger under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Today no country can dare to raise its eyes towards India. Today Pakistan and Afghanistan are looking troubled because of the Taliban. But, the Taliban knows. What if they move towards India then the airstrike is ready for them.
CM Yogi targets those who sympathize with the Taliban
Earlier in September, UP CM Yogi Adityanath had attacked a Samajwadi Party (SP) leader who had expressed support for the Taliban after the capture of Kabul.
Attacking the SP, CM Yogi said that it is against the interests of women, Hindus and children. Along with this, he had said that strict action would be taken against those involved in anti-national activities. Let us inform you that this statement of CM Yogi came after the remarks of MP Shafiqur Rehman Burq and his son Mamlukur Rehman Burq, who openly praised the terrorist organization.
He said, ‘On one hand the government resolves that we will not allow riots, we will protect women and will not allow anyone to play with faith. On the other hand, it is unfortunate that some people were born here and are supporters of the Taliban.
Remember this, the Samajwadi Party is anti-women, anti-Dalit, anti-backwards caste, anti-Hindu and anti-children. Everyone knows the brutality of the Taliban. Still, some SP leaders are shamelessly supporting the Taliban. We will take strict action against those supporting those involved in anti-India and anti-women activities.”